1830–76, sultan of turkey 1861–76 (brother of abdul-mejid i).
abdul-aziz, sultan of morocco, was only fourteen at his accession; b. 1880.
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- Abdul-hamid ii
1842–1918, sultan of turkey 1876–1909. noun 1842–1918, sultan of turkey (1876–1909), deposed by the young turks, noted for his brutal suppression of the armenian revolt (1894–96)
kareem [kuh-reem] /kəˈrim/ (show ipa), (ferdinand lewis alcindor, jr) born 1947, u.s. basketball player.
- Abdul-mejid i
1823–61, sultan of turkey 1839–61 (brother of abdul-aziz).
- Abdul rahman
tunku [too ng-koo] /ˈtʊŋ ku/ (show ipa), 1903–90, malaysian political leader: first prime minister of malaya 1957–63 and prime minister of malaysia 1963–70. prince abdul [ahb-dool] /ˈɑb dul/ (show ipa), 1903–90, malayan political leader: prime minister of malaya 1957–63; premier of malaysia 1963–70. contemporary examples most of the world knows abdul rahman omeir al-naimi as […]
- Ibn saud
abdul-aziz [ahb-doo l-ah-zeez] /ɑbˈdʊl ɑˈziz/ (show ipa), 1880–1953, king of saudi arabia 1932–53 (father of saud ibn abdul-aziz).